Red Ribbon Week will be Monday, October 22 to October 26. The theme is "Be the Happiest Me; Be Drug Free!"
9th graders Rylei Voorhees, Luke Galloway and Ashley Olsen competed and did well in the Farm Co-op Quiz October 11th.
Students had to answer questions about agriculture co-ops, and then got to meet business people in the agriculture industry. They got to eat dinner with the general manager of Select Sires. They discussed employment opportunities and the cattle industry with him.
Well done, Lobos!
Another year and another set of students in the Broadcast Journalism class. This year there are more students than ever before, which means more stories about the school to be shared. Take a moment and read the articles and watch the videos to see these great student produced stories. As a reminder, everything in the magazine is student chosen, created, and edited. These student are responsible for every step of the process, and they do a great job.
Riverview Afterschool program is excited to announce the Winter 2018 program. Registration will be online Tuesday Oct. 23, at 8:00 a.m. www.riverview.edu under parents tab and click SIGN UP GENUIS. All information including schedules, club descriptions, registration forms, and waivers will be on the website. Every student participating must fill out a registration form and waiver.
Fees for Riverview Afterschool will be $20 per club. Students may sign up for as many clubs as they would like. Fees will be paid in the office cash or check only. Students will receive healthy snacks, prevention lessons, physical activities including movement games, and one hour of instruction and activities during club time. If you would like to make payment arrangements or have any questions please contact RaeAnn Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the past nine years Riverview has received federal funding. This year the only schools who received funding were Title One schools. Currently, Riverview does not qualify for any funding. Riverview has the largest Afterschool program in the state of Utah. WE NEED YOUR HELP AND SUPPORT, we want to continue this great program.
An early morning club will be available every day at no charge from 8:00 to 8:45 a.m. School doors will be unlocked at 8:00 a.m. for morning club only. This is a club for students who would like extra homework or reading help. It is also available for parents who need to leave early for work and want a safe place for their students to be before school begins. Mr. Teuscher a certified teacher, will provide the morning club instruction. You must register your student for this club on the website.
Winter Afterschool Session 2 will begin on Oct 29 and go through Dec. 13th. No Clubs will be held on Oct. 31 or Nov. 21, 22, 23 Monday clubs will be held 2:15-3:45, Tue.-Fri. clubs will be held 3:00-4:30.
Lego Builders Jr K-3
1-3rd grades Computer/Minecraft/
Computer Code/3D Printing 3rd-6
Minecraft and Computer Games 3-6
Pinterest Holiday Art & Craft
Cupcake Wars Sr.
Christmas Around the World K-3
Adventure Kids K-3rd
Don't forget that it is Fall Break Thursday Cotober 18th and Friday 19th.
Have a fun and safe time!
See you Monday October 22nd.
Thank you to Addison, son of Sheramy Green, our Level Library Specialist. For Addison’s Eagle Project, he collected items to fill 16 activity bins for use in our Library centers. They included things like Library Pictionary, Tanagrams and fiction/non-fiction games. He had some help from his Scouting Friends to bring them to the school.
On Friday, October 12th the Especially for Athletes Leadership Team put on an assembly for the students of Riverview Elementary. They encouraged the students to Stand Up against Bullying. They did fun activities involving the students to help teach them how to stand up against bullying and what they should do if they feel they are being bullied. They left a strong message that bullying is not "cool". At SFHS our athletes STAND UP against Bullying!
We are kicking off our Red Ribbon Week October 22-26. Here are the fun days planned:
Monday: "Proud to Be Drug Free". Wear RED to help kick off the week.
Tuesday: "Wake Up Drug Free". Students can wear Pajamas to school.
Wednesday: "Team Up Against Drugs". Wear your favorite sports team shirt of jersey.
Thursday: "It's Crazy to Do Drugs". Students can dress crazy like mismatched clothes, socks, shoes, hairstyles, backwards, etc.
Friday: "My future is Too Bright for Drugs". Wear Neon Colors
BOOK FAIR: OCTOBER 22-26
- Monday 9:30 am - 2:15 pm
- Tuesday 9:30 am - 3:00 pm
- Wednesday 9:30 am- 3:00 pm
- Thursday 9:30 am - 7:00 pm
- Friday 9:30 am - 3:00 pm
As part of the Clarke Planetarium Outreach Program, we were able to have an assembly for the upper grades featuring cool experiments and connections with science. It was an engaging and fun assembly!
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The Mighty Marching SF Dons took 'What Goes Up' to the stadium field at BYU to compete in the Rocky Mountain MB Invitational. The band soared high and brought home three more trophies! A beautiful 1st PLACE WIN along with taking BEST PERCUSSION and VISUAL Performance! Congrats to the Band, Mr. Roberts, & Staff!
It’s that time of years again. Sharpen your pencils and pull out all the stops while you write your Zombie haikus.
Prizes worth—well bragging rights for sure, will be awarded for grade level winners as well as in a special faculty/staff category. Check with your English teacher for rules. The deadline is October 26. Winners will be announced October 31.
Turn in submissions to Mrs. Nielsen, room 2 starting October 24.
May the undead be with you!
In 5th grade we finished reading the book Wonder as our class read-a-loud. So as a reward we were able to watch the movie. Students brought pillows, blankets and treats to share. It was so fun being able to compare the book to the movie to see all the differences and similarities!
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In Sue Ann's Humanities class we've been studying Greek mythology. While studying the story of Pandora's box students created their own version of the box. It was designed to entice others to want to open the box to see what was inside.
Inside are a modern versions of the woes and grief of modern day. And if course, hope!
This week in advanced PE this group of students worked hard and grew some big muscles while participating in the exercise Unit. From weight lifting to killer AB workouts and arm wrestling this group had a blast!
Wilson Lions are working hard to set Wildly Important Goals or WIGS. Early last month Mr. Rawlings went to each class to introduce our two school-wide WIGS. As a school, we have set an Attendance WIG: 90% of the students at Wilson Elementary will have 93% on-time attendance by the end of Term 1 (October 26th). In addition to our Attendance WIG, we will also have a school-wide Reading WIG. Along with our two school WIGs, Wilson Lions will have a grade, a class, and a personal WIGs. Good luck Lions in setting your goals!
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Our Student Lighthouse attended a Leadership Conference at BYU last week. They were able to meet and work with students from other schools. We appreciate them representing Wilson in a positive way. Way to go Lions!
Wilson Elementary Student Lighthouse have a very important role at our school. Members help share their peers’ ideas, interests, and concerns with the school faculty. They also help with school wide projects that enhance a sense of community within the school. They assist the Teacher Lighthouse Team when they need aid. Student Council creates citizens who demonstrate communication, responsibility, and empathy for others. These traits give them the foundation to become impactful future leaders of our school and ultimately, society.
This year our SLH includes 6 sixths graders, Justice Corona, Alex Risenmay, Daphne Romrell, Baylee Brokaw, Maddison Stevens, and Jayla Bundy. 6 Fourth Graders, Ty DeHart, Gabe Depew, Jaxon Dalley, Evan Nielson, Sierra Snyder, and Gracie Raff. We have also included 3 fourth graders this year, Tasia Rohback, Kaleb Keig, and Miranda Walker.
Our lost and found is overloaded with jackets and lunchboxes. These items will be donated to charity after school on Wednesday, October 17th. Please have your child check the lost and found for any missing items.
Smaller lost and found items such as glasses, hair bows, keys, earrings, neclaces, etc; can be found in the office lost and found. We do have car keys, house keys as well if any parents have lost their car keys or an extra set while visiting the school.